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Pupils display their talent in calligraphy and Chinese painting exhibition

OVER 100 pupils and students took part in the Malaysia Calligraphy and Chinese Painting Exhibition 2016, showing off their talents in the age-old art of writing using brush and ink at the Tow Boo Keong temple.

First batch of Chinese visitors on George Town tour

SOME 1,000 Chinese visitors enjoyed a memorable bicycle and trishaw tour of the George Town heritage sites.

Chinese New Year, the millennial way

As more older folk go easy on tradition, young ones adopt modern practices during the festival.

Chinese festivities at Ipoh mosque

Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations, organised by the Chinese-Muslim Association Ipoh Branch, were carried out at the Muhhmamadiah mosque and included in a lantern procession, tea-drinking, calligraphy demonstrations and mooncake-making.

Huge Chinese New Year do awaits visitors

MORE than 15,000 people are expected to take part in various traditional Chinese cultural activities during the Penang Chinese New Year Celebration 2017.

Five-course Chinese dinner menu paired with Pascal Jolivet wines

AS far as wines go, it is each to his own when it comes to what is palatable and what is not.

Night of Chinese culture at UKM

STUDENTS of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) took a break from their studies to enjoy a night of events and fellowship at the 21st Pesta Ang Pow celebration.

Chinese educators encouraged to share knowledge with other races

JOHOR BARU: Educators especially those from Chinese community established institutions are urged not to confine spreading their knowledge to their own race and culture.

Chinese Muslims and friends enjoy multicultural tang yuan fest

AFTER years of longing for tang yuan, contractor Mohamad Aiman Zulkiflee beamed with joy when he got to savour the dessert again at the Titi Papan Chinese Mosque in Jalan Burma, George Town, Penang.

Five new Chinese schools statewide

JOHOR BARU: The state will have at least five new Chinese schools to cater for the increasing number of student enrolment annually.